Thursday, February 25, 2010

Anatomy of a Tantrum

Dear Baby Girl,

We have had a tough week. You and I have not seen eye to eye on many of the decisions around the house. You have been upset that you are not allowed to stand on the kitchen table, pull the dog's tail (really I am not sure why our dog has not run away from home), wear my shoe's, lipstick, watch or your brother's under ware.

When you do not get what you feel you are entitled to, a full on fit for the ages ensues. Diva behavior is not becoming on anyone as you will see in this little pictorial I have put together for you titled Anatomy of a Tantrum

Ahh jewelry from Bubbe all better (and uhh FU mom we know who the real princess is) 

9 comments:

Rebecca said...

FU Mom...classic. I'm pretty sure I get that several times a day around here!

Stepping On Cheerios said...

Muffin is the Tantrum King. It even surprises me! Great photos:) Classic.

Shell said...

Look how stinking cute she is in that last pick.

Ugh, I hate the tantrum phase. My youngest is in it now.

Rebekah said...

I LOVE the shot with the binky half-out. It just serves to remind us that no tragedy is so great that the binky should come fully loose.

Christy said...

oh yeah, I see that third picture alot. i too wonder why the dog hasn't run away...Leah thinks its funny to ride him like a horse...

Danifred said...

Oh, Tantrum Face, how I know thee.

She's still way cute, even with a major tantrum going on!

Cara Mamma said...

Just wait---pretty soon you will hear "you can't tell me what to do!"
good times :)

Ellemes said...

Unfortunately for my Roo, but fortunately for me, every time she throws a fit she cover her mouth with hands a la "I'm so shocked," it makes me laugh every time which is so not nice to her, but I'm pretty sure I'd be insane by now if I didn't laugh at her.

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